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Sunday, May 8

Point of View Tour: Ancient Music with Roberto Catalano

Getty Villa Malibu

17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Los Angeles, CA


Musicians and instruments were popular subjects for ancient Greek painters and sculptors. Join musician and ethnomusicologist Roberto Catalano, of Musicàntica, for an interactive gallery tour featuring instruments such as the aulos, krotalas, kimbala, and lyre. Through live demonstration, learn how these instruments were made and played and how they relate to modern Mediterranean folk instruments. This is a free program. Open to 25 participants. Sign-up begins 15 minutes before the program at the Tour Meeting Place.

Free | Advance Villa entry ticket required

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Felix Bernstein and Gabe Rubin

Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

152 North Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012


MOCA welcomes New York-based poets and performers Felix Bernstein and Gabe Rubin for a special Los Angeles performance titled Transition Incomplete. Bernstein and Rubin are an ambiguous twosome. Their projects have included Tender Cousins, Boyland, and Bieber Bathos Elegy at the Whitney Museum. Bernstein is the author of Burn Book and Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry. Rubin’s album Wendy and Casper Hauser is forthcoming.

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Chamber Ensembles from Young Musicians Foundation

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 92656


Chamber ensembles from the Young Musicians Foundation perform works by Barber, Beethoven, Faure, and Poulenc.

Founded in 1960 to counter the lack of chamber music training for young musicians, the Chamber Music program was created by the Young Musicians Foundation and Joanna Graudan, renowned pianist and educator, to offer coaching and performances to the music students of Southern California. Since 1989, its Chamber Music Series has been led by acclaimed concert pianist Delores Stevens, Artistic Director of both the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Society and Chamber Music Palisades. The program has grown to support six ensembles, professional performance opportunities, and a competition for young composers.

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